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Loyalty in Julius Caesar

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In Julius Caesar, what does ''Et tu, Brute?'' mean?

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1. In Julius Caesar, which of the following is Brutus most loyal to?

2. In Julius Caesar, why does Brutus betray his loyalty to Caesar?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar features many themes, one of of which is loyalty. Questions in this quiz will measure your knowledge of this theme as it appears in the play.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will check your understanding of the following loyalties in Julius Caesar:

  • Brutus to Caesar
  • Portia to Brutus
  • Mark Antony to Caesar

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you have learned the most relevant details about loyalty in Julius Caesar
  • Critical thinking - use the lesson's information to determine where each character's loyalties lie
  • Making connections - establish a link between Brutus' beliefs and his decision to betray Caesar

Additional Learning

To study this subject further, review the accompanying lesson entitled Loyalty in Julius Caesar. The lesson includes the following objectives:

  • Analyze the only two female characters in the play
  • Explore Mark Antony's plan and what it says about his loyalty
  • Discuss Brutus' conflict as he attempts to serve both his loyalties and his friend
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